The transdanubian area of Vienna results from a north-eastern quick expansion of the city during the 20th century and is now defined by the 21st and 22nd districts. Due to its particularly disperse and heterogeneous structure, the transdanubian expanse differs from the other areas of Vienna. The future development of the city presents the opportunity to create a suitable and pleasant urban space out of this dispersed structure. In order to counteract the urban sprawl, an intensive densification of the city offers itself as a credible solution. On the basis of the demographic increase of Vienna and according to STEP 2025, a "node strategy" has been adopted as an urbanistic procedure for this area. Under this city planning strategy, high-rises work as landmarks in the urban landscape and build a network between the different interspaces. In addition, they reorganize their immediate environment and thus create a new urban space. As an example of applying this strategy, the project consists of the identification and representation of these nodes in the Transdanubian area.